Why aren’t you enforcing stricter policies on what people are posting?
I must of seen at least 25 threads where people are asking the exact same thing, (obviously because they haven’t bothered reading other forum posts.)
It’s almost unusable in less than a month and completely useless for anyone wanting assistance.
You could start by deleting, (not closing) almost 75% of the threads on here to make it useful! Otherwise like the UDK forums, it will be pointless visiting for help.
The answer hub is the same, so full of repetitive questions by people who clearly can’t read, or can’t be bothered to check. So now it’s become useless! It took me nearly an hour to track down my own question to Jeremy Ernst because of the clutter.
I know it’s not your fault’s personally, Epic staff, but you have to clamp down or warn people by sending a circular PM explaining the forum terms and conditions. No one reads sticky’s on forum guides or rules, so they need to have them in their inbox.
This should also be part of the forum conditions for joining, a small warning about posting unrelated topics, repetitive questions and so on. In some cases I can see why kids are doing this, but not when I see post that says for example, “help needed with fbx import”, then not two threads below that, “fbx import not working”
Those are just examples and not actual forum posts.
People who haven’t subscribed to UE4 shouldn’t be allowed to join these forums either, because what use is a forum offering tips on “content creation” or “community content and tutorials”?
Only allow them access to general enquiries until they show some cash